New Event
From 1500
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Buccleuch Centre
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01387 381 196

The Buccleuch Centre
Dumfries & Galloway
DG13 0AW


DMC Presents KLEO ON TOUR!  

Get set to experience a multi-dimensional and electrifying show from one of Scotland’s most innovative and avant-garde artists. Join us at The Buccleuch Centre on Friday 1st December for an otherworldly, immersive performance from KLEO who, with her post-internet pop sound and futuristic energy, will be transporting you into her ‘half android, half human’ world. (This is a 12+ event)


Have you always wanted to put on a gig in your local venue, but you’re not sure what it takes? Then this is the workshop for you!

Dumfries Music Collective’s On Tour Workshop is an opportunity for young people (aged 14-25) to get hands-on experience in delivering a live event in their local venue. Participants will have the chance to work closely with industry professionals on the live setup for KLEO On Tour, gaining valuable skills and experience from sound and lighting technicians, photographers, stage managers, set designers, and many more. Aspiring artists will also gain valuable insights from KLEO herself into the preparations that go into a performance.

Whether you are keen to explore whether a particular job in the music industry is right for you or you’re just excited about bringing KLEO’s metaverse to life, we’d love for you to get involved! Meals will be provided for all workshop attendees before the curtains open, and we welcome KLEO and her special guest to the stage.

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